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cool colored solar lights!!!

Posted by kelly_oh OH z6 (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 21, 10 at 11:16

Hi,
I was snooping around on the net for more craft ideas (I apparently don't have enough of them in my mental files!!) when I saw these. I love how she just hung them along her path but I know the smart junkers on here will come up with other ideas. I'm focusing on a chandelier hanging outside, of course, but I can't wait to see what you all come up with!!!

Here is a link that might be useful: modge podge solar lights


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RE: cool colored solar lights!!!

Cool, I was snooping last night too. I was looking for solar light ideas after Kirk's post about the chandelier. So thanks for this site. Love It. I LOVE SOLAR LIGHTS.


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Interesting... I didn't know they made outdoor modpodge! I wonder how well the food coloring will hold up to UV rays. It seems like it would fade, but you never know. I haven't been able to find any reasonably priced blue mason jars for the chandelier that Kirkus posted. This may be a way to acheive a similar look with clear glass jars.


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RE: cool colored solar lights!!!

Glass enamel pants you get at walmart or HL will do the same and will not fade I have had some out side for a very long time .


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Pretty cool...I just bought a solar light today to try in a blue Mason jar...fun ideas! TFS! Jeanne S.


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what a fun idea! Reminds me to think about all the glass I have and whether any of it can be made into a solar light.
TFS
Kathy


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